UKTV has announced new cooking show, My Greatest Dishes, which will dive into the culinary history of 20 renowned chefs, including Prue Leith, Tom Kerridge and Angela Hartnett.
Each episode will see a different chef recreating their most treasured recipes. The series will also feature pictures and stories from the chef’s personal archives to illustrate each dish’s life-changing impact.
Other chefs to be appear include Monica Galetti, Michel Roux Jr, Giorgio Locatelli, Rosemary Shrager, Michael Caines, Daniel Clifford and Ollie Dabbous.
“This series provides a real insight into the recipe for success behind some of our most-loved chefs,” said Good Food channel director, Vicky Walker.
“Sharing life-defining dishes and the special memories that accompany them, our chefs will take viewers on an inspiring journey down memory lane.”
Produced by Sidney Street Productions, My Greatest Dishes will air on Good Food this summer.
The broadcaster has also announced the return of Judge Romesh to Dave, which sees Romesh Ranganathan helping people solve their minor civil conflicts.
Joining Ranganathan will be his reliable bailiff Tom Davis, and the court’s clerk Jessica Knappett.
“It is great to be able to do a second series of Judge Romesh,” commented Romesh Ranganathan.
“Some may think it’s because it’s an easy job, the money’s good and I’m working with mates, but the truth is I’m purely motivated by helping people with the problems that they, so for some reason, believe to be important.”